Far from a typical Rye the FEW is a young, bold and experimental whiskey. Made in a formerly dry community F.E.W have got something pretty special here, it’s far from cheap for its age clocking in at around £45 a bottle. Nonetheless It’s one to put on the wish list.
More than just a non-chill filtered Solera the Distillery Edition is a masterpiece in its own right, complex and yet incredibly accessible with sweet creamy floral notes and a balanced warming finish. Discover the non chill-filtered perfection of the Glenfiddich 15 Year Old Distillery Edition with Uisce Beatha
The Bowmore 18 which replaced the companies core 17 is a sophisticated and complex Islay, comparatively rare but incredibly affordable with a nose, palate and finish well worth exploring. Learn more with Uisce Beatha
A familiar sight in many cocktail bars and restaurants the now iconic wax sealed Maker’s Mark is attracting a growing UK following and it’s not hard to see why. Find out more about this bargain price bourbon with Uisce Beatha
The oldest regular and still affordable expression in the Glenmorangie family the Quarter Century is a sophisticated blend of the brands signature line aged in American white oak, Oloroso sherry casks and French Burgundy casks. Jim Murray might call this liquid gold, personally I’ll just call for another dram
Take the Glenmorangie original, age for a further 5 years in American oak and a further 3 in Oloroso sherry casks and you’ve got sweet, gentle honey, pleasant tannins and walnut. Discover Glenmorangie’s 18 Year Old Extremely Rare expression with Uisce Beatha
Buffalo Trace Straight Bourbon is one of the finest budget whiskies you’ll ever try, not especially complex, but smooth with depth and a lingering finish. Learn why Jim Murray described Buffalo Trace Bourbon as “One of the world’s great whiskies” with Uisce Beatha